21 hours ago | Environment
After a decades-long approval process, a plan to deepen and widen Port Everglades was greenlit by the Army Corps of Engineers Friday afternoon. Because the bigger port will accommodate bigger ships, local government officials are praising the expa...
4 days ago | Palm Beach News
Like bingo and shuffleboard, dominoes is a favorite among Florida's senior population. It isn't physically grueling or fast-paced, but one wrong turn of the domino can rile emotions. It did Sunday night on 54th street in West Palm Beach when a gam...
5 days ago | Broward News
Pedophiles are some of the most hated members of society. But what happens when the person sexually abusing a child is a child themselves? It's a disturbing thought—children sexually abusing other children—but unfortunately it is more prevalent th...
6 days ago | Religion
Religious billboards are nothing new for Florida highways, especially the ones in the rural north. But five billboards unveiled on May 8 were erected along Interstate 95 by the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) to educate South Floridians abo...
7 days ago | Environment
Kolter Group CEO Bobby Julien lives in a swanky beachfront mansion, but the animals who are being displaced by his company have no such homes. That's the message environmentalists hoped to convey this past weekend. Julien's company has begin to de...
8 days ago | Broward News
Nine black churchgoers were murdered during their Wednesday night bible study in Charleston, leaving the nation grappling over racist violence. In the immediate aftermath, vigils and rallies to commemorate their lives began sprouting up across the...